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The epitaphs of a poet
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The epitaphs of a poet

“Until the next time, friend, until the next time, /I carry you in my heart, my dear. This predestined separation /offering a meeting somewhere else. /Until the next time, friend, do not feel sad, /without offering my hand I go, without words. In this life, death is nothing new/ nor […]

It’s a Scream!
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It’s a Scream!

Invited by friends, I went to the Edvard Munch exhibition at the Tate Modern. Munch is most famous for his work, “The Scream”. – Steve Latham The Tate, however, tries to situate his work in its total context, until his death aged 80 in 1944. And, in fact, “The Scream” […]

Euthanasia: between death and life
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Euthanasia: between death and life

Controversy and discord hides the etymology of the term: “a good death”. And using the proper term will always prompt deeper reflection. _ Lorena Liquete Despite being in the 21st century, this concept continues to infuriate people and accumulate defenders and opposition, generating a debate that still hasn’t reached its […]